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- 17 years 3 months
Corporate video producer and production sound recordist now based in Singapore after a 15-year career in New Zealand.
Video clients incl. universities, tech startups, medical clinics and business consulting agencies.
Sound clients incl. Netflix, Discovery, BBC, National Geo.
In this audio interview Ande Schurr talks to Emmy-award winning documentary producer Alison Farmer. A must listen for PhD students, documentary and corporate video producers.
Ande Schurr interviews Underbelly and The Truman Show composer, Burkhard Dallwitz, ahead of his Score Composing Masterclass at the Big Screen Symposium in Auckland.
Armed with the wisdom of his 94-year-old friend, Ande Schurr discusses how freelancers can prepare for the ups and downs of their profession by drawing close to history.
In this audio interview, cook and author Nadia Lim sits down for a mouth-watering chat with Ande Schurr to reveal the secrets that took her to the top to win NZ’s 2011 MasterChef.
From making the first NZ short to win at Cannes Film Festival, to teaching masters level script writing at AUT, Andrew Bancroft is in a league of his own.
Ande Schurr gives us Part 2 of how to 'cold call' by introducing the 'old call'. With a personal example, he explains how to get over the fear of making that dreaded call.
Ex-fashion designer and now film-maker Sally Tran brings an artistic comprehensibility to what she directs. Ande Schurr finds out more in this audio interview.
Ande Schurr geeks out on a new sound recording tool, and gives some freelancer tips to help cement your reputation in the new year.
Did freelancers succeed this year? It's a personal thing but there are many indications.
Ande Schurr explains why it's important to stay competitive in today's changing film industry environment and become indispensable to your clients.
Ande Schurr reports on his filming trip to Vanuatu on the island of Tanna and discusses the importance of a teaser trailer.
Johnny Blick, a respected TV Commercials producer, is off to London. He talks about why he is leaving, the state of the NZ TV commercials market and what advice he has for upcoming producers.